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  • "One of our greatest paths to making the U.S. economy more dynamic is to tie it much more closely to the Mexican and Canadian economies in terms of innovation and manufacturing," Mr. Selee said. "This will make the U.S. much more competitive globally."

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  • Mr. Selee said the incoming Mexican president is poised to "allow for private investment in deep-water oil exploration and shale gas exploration and in secondary petrochemicals and refining."

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